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Dr Chris Arter

Postdoctoral Research Associate in High-Throughput Chemical Synthesis

Chris is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in High-Throughput Chemical Synthesis at the Rosalind Franklin Institute. Chris is working as part of the Next Generation Chemistry theme and the High-Throughput Discovery Facility to harness automated high-throughput chemistry for biologically relevant small molecule synthesis. Chris obtained his BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Sussex, before moving to the University of Leeds where he obtained his MSc in Chemical Biology & Drug Design and PhD in Chemistry. His PhD project focused on high-throughput microscale reaction arrays for the development of fragment-sized allosteric inhibitors of Aurora-A kinase.

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